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Sauder Homeplus Swing Out Storage Cabinet

Item# 268-SDR373-2-AF | Model# 411965 | Added on October 19, 2014 |
Sauder Homeplus Swing Out Storage Cabinet
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1 regular door and 1 swing-out storage door. 2 adjustable shelves and 1 fixed shelf behind each door. Engineered wood construction in your choice of finish. Perfect for the kitchen, laundry room, or pantry. Combine with other Sauder Homeplus Storage cabinets for multipurpose storage. Dimensions: 35.4W x 17D x 71.2H inches. The Sauder Homeplus Swing Out Storage Cabinet is designed to bring style and storage to any home. This durably constructed cabinet's doors each open to reveal two adjustable shelves and one fixed shelf. The enclosed back panel offers access for cords, making for easy electronic managment. Crafted of strong engineered wood and available in a dakota oak or sienna oak finishA note about wood composite or engineered wood: Often referred to as engineered wood, which stands for medium-density fiberboard, this type of wood composite is made of compressed wood fibers and has several benefits, including affordability, consistency, and resistance to warping or rotting over time. Finding enough storage space in your home doesn't have to be a problem if you use Homeplus swing-out storage cabinets from Sauder. This unique cabinet includes shelving behind each door to increase the storage capacity of the unit. Made of durable engineered wood, the cabinet comes with dark or light wood finishes to complement any room in your home. Combine this unit with other units in the Homeplus line to create a multipurpose storage solution that can organize items in the kitchen, living ... read more
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